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Page last updated at 15:48 GMT, Tuesday, 1 September 2009 16:48 UK

Airline collapse hits passengers

SkyEurope cancelled all of its flights across Europe

A budget airline which operates routes from the UK has filed for bankruptcy.

All SkyEurope flights have been suspended with immediate effect and a number of rival airlines are offering "rescue offers" to stranded passengers.

Slovakia-based SkyEurope, which flew out of Luton and Manchester, has warned it "may not be possible" to offer refunds to those who booked directly.

All the business from sheeple who used to go over there to "snap up" properties must have dried up? :(

Edited by Realistbear

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Damn for second there i thought Murdoch was in trouble :(

Me too. Bummer.

Having said that this SkyEurope were more of an Eastern European migrant phenomenon than a holiday homes in the sun type operation.

'SkyEurope offered flights from London, Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow and Dublin to destinations in Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia. '

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